re-visiting voice-over body shop was a completely different experience

George Whittam, Dan Lenard, Peter K. O'Connell VOBS

When I wrote the promo blog for my Monday night appearance on Voice-Over Body Shop (formerly known as East-West Audio Body Shop or EWABS), I had the chance to watch a bit of my 2011 appearance. That episode was George Whittam and Dan Lenard’s 4th show and it was a great deal of work for them to get the show on the net, given the tools of the time. But like true broadcasters they worked through it and got the show done. It was a fun time for me to be a part of and especially for the audience.

Fast forward to last night.

Locales have changed with Dan having moved this past summer from Buffalo, NY to Hollywood and a new studio in his new house. The show originates from this “Lenard Broadcast Center” so finally Dan and George are on the same set. The show has a new name (‘cause Dan isn’t in the East anymore) and the broadcast enjoys much better Internet streaming technology. George has become extremely comfortable as technical director with the newer technology and Dan keeps the flow of the show going very well. 5 years worth of shows will do that.

Sponsors have noticed the improved program as well because the show has many of them including (on this episode anyway) Voice-Over Essentials, Voice-Over Xtra, Edge Studio, Source Elements, VO2GoGo & Antland Productions.

I was linked in to the show about 30 minutes before air and got to have a nice visit with George and Dan, discussing how much the show has evolved. Certainly with any broadcast, that’s going to happen.

However, from my perspective as an early guest on show #4 to my latest appearance 5 years later, the show has experienced a wonderful evolution from two well-paired co-hosts who are not just committed to their show but, even more so, to their audience.

So if you didn’t get a chance to see the show live, here for your viewing pleasure is last night’s broadcast. Thanks boys. And happy 5th anniversary.

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2 Responses to “re-visiting voice-over body shop was a completely different experience”

  1. Hi Peter,

    Really great show! You’ve given so much valuable marketing information and reminded us how important a plan and database are when it comes to marketing.

    Thank you!

    Jason

  2. Jason, thanks so much for your kind words. I appreciate it.

    Best always,
    –Peter

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